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17 February 2013

Supplies

Got new Boresnakes for 5.56 and 6.8.  Copper solvents dissolve bronze bristles and storing the snake wet in a tight coil just gives the solvent more contact area...

Got a Boresnake for Fuzzy Geff's .243 because I was buying Boresnakes...

They should be here Tuesday along with the MOE handguard conversion for Dottie.

Went to the gun show in Plant City just for laughs and that's what I got!  Marv got some .22LR ammo, $85 for a brick of 500 Eley Match rounds.

A vendor surprised me by having all the parts I would have needed for the MOE conversion, in the OD I prefer too!  If I had known that there was a vendor with those parts and known I was going to the show, I would have saved myself the shipping charges.

C'est la vie.

2 comments:

  1. Put the Boresnake into the top section of your empty dishwasher and wash and rinse it after use, they will last a whole lot longer. If you have a small mess bag you can also run it through the handwash cycle of the washing machine.

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  2. The Lovely Harvey's top section is not empty...

    Yeah, NOW you tell me I should take care of them! The good news is I learned the washing them trick before I ruined any of the other calibers. I can rig a ship with boresnakes. I need to simplify.

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